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1991 Reprint of the 1980 Edition
Every day, in every court and tribunal, advocates represent us all - Crown and defendant, landlord and tenant, rich and poor, honest and false alike. What are their duties to court and client, and how do they affect the advocate's conduct? What sort of intelligence and what skills of presentation do they need? What problems does the structure of examination, cross-examination and re-examination pose for a client's case?
In this illuminating and newly updated account Richard Du Cann surveys the role of advocates at every stage of their work. He gives a fascinating insider's view of the function and technique of advocacy, illustrating his examination with three cases.